we begin to face massive anonymous / non-anonymous contributions on
topics related to one another such as nationalism, racism, racialism in
a clearly oriented direction.
example new definition :
Le nationalisme est une politique dont les objectifs sont
essentiellement l'indépendance, l'unité et la prospérité de sa propre
nation et de son peuple.
Nationalism is a policy whitch goals are essentialy the independance,
the unity and the prosperity of its own nation and people.
(sic but not the problem) No mistakes in translation "own nation" refers
We have many "anonymous" rewriting of sensible topics such as
racialism, and racism
For instance, now, we explain why racism is totally understandable and
acceptable especialy on a scientific point of view. The definition had
had its change totally re-oriented without any discussions.
These people don't intend to respect the moral contract of wikipedia.
Wake-up if you just let it happen, you will face quite a problem. Now
it is easy to face 3 people with a current team of ~20 active
contributors, but when it will be twice as the original contributors you
might be quite annoyed.
I know I'll get the blame for being alarmist and «paranoid», but please
if you are not convinced just wonder what if it was true ? True, that
we get these people trashing all the wikipedia project's spirit and part
of the content, wouldn't it worth a try to imagine the solution we can
consider to face that problem ?
PS: Sorry for not respecting the netiquette and posting so much so soon.
Si la vérité est une femme, essayons de la séduire avant de la saisir.
I wish to apoligize for subverting community regulations. As I would like to add some information on Salim I al Sabah, Kabbar, Abdul Aziz ibn Abdul Rahman ibn Saud, Najd, Faisal I, Political Titles of the Ottoman Empire, Warba, Abdulla II al Sabah, the First Kuwaiti Crisis, Abdullah ibn Hussein, Mashian, Failakah, Auhah, al Khalifa, al Jalahima, al Sabah, Abdul Karim Qasim, Jaber III al Ahmad al Sabah, Muhammad I al Sabah, the Second Kuwaiti Crisis, Zaki Arsuzi, Salah al Din Bitar, Ghazi ibn Faisal, Bakr Sidqi, Abdullah II al Sabah, Ahmad al Sabah, Abdul Ilah, and Percy Cox, as well as (obviously) the Anglo-Iraqi Treaty of October 1922, the Turkish Petroleum Company, the Basra-Baghdad Highway, the Berlin-Baghdad Railroad, and the Abudllah Khor Waterway, Nuri al Said, Abdulla III al Sabah, Aramco, the Kuwait Oil Company, and the Anglo-Kuwaiti Treaty of 1899; I would like to inquire as to what objections you might have to my doing so? Vera Cruz
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